On 3 February 2021, the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia adopted the Act on Additional Measures for Mitigation of Consequences COVID-19 (ZDUOP) – the so called »eighth anti-corona package« or »PKP8«. The Act entered into force on 5 February 2021.
The Act prolongs measures primarily in the field of protection of workplaces, such as partial reimbursement of wage compensations paid to employees who are laid-off and subsidy for part-time work, together with a new measure of a partial subsidy for minimum wage. The Act also includes crisis allowances for individual groups of population (beneficiaries of disability insurance, unemployed persons and students who are studying abroad).
Please find below the answers to some of the most pressing questions regarding the novelties introduced by the PKP8 (please click on the below link):
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